MARK+FOLD

ABOUT

Mark+Fold is a London-based stationery studio, creating understated, modern stationery with an unwavering commitment to quality and provenance.

 

 

WHERE IT STARTED

As people who appreciate good stationery, we had grown frustrated with the declining quality of notebooks on offer, and a tendency towards ornate, feminine designs. We also wanted to know about where and how our notebooks were made, the materials used, and whether they were sustainably-sourced. In 2015, designer Amy Cooper-Wright set out to create something better: not just a better quality product, but a more considered and ethical approach to the making process. Our notebooks and diaries all open flat to 180 degrees; our pages are made of exceptionally good paper that is up to 30% thicker than other notebooks; our stationery is expertly made in small, numbered batches. Our making process is transparent, local and sustainable. Read more about Our First Notebook

   

WHAT WE DO

We make a range of notebooks and diaries that are modern, understated and exceptionally good quality. We design them in conversation with our customers, and make them in small batches in the UK and Northern Europe. With a focus on classic, timeless designs, we like to keep things simple and let the beautiful materials speak for themselves.

We also run a Stationery Subscription, and create a range of Gift Boxes with our carefully chosen selection of the world's finest Desk Objects to compliment our own paper goods.

We work with brands who share our ethos and aesthetic, either as stockists, or to collaborate on a bespoke range of stationery that reflects who they are.

 

WHY WE DO IT

We love working with paper every day, and delight in sharing our passion with people all over the world who appreciate stationery as much as we do. 

We have an unwavering commitment to quality and provenance. We will only use papers that are sustainably sourced, and we work closely with our local, expert factories to meet our exacting standards.

In response to the anonymity of mass production, we wanted to bring things back to a more human scale and make in small batches, sharing every last detail about our materials and making processes. We are proud of our transparent process, and hope to encourage other brands to share more details about how and where their products are made.

 

SELECTED PRESS

FT How To Spend It, The Best Luxury Stationery

The Financial Times, Seven of the Best 2020 Diaries

Elle Decoration UK, The Joy of Stylish Stationery, and the British Brands Doing It Best

Tatler Asia, 10 Luxe Diaries

Wallpaper*, Mark+Fold launches a small but perfectly formed range

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